Brodie Williams is from Cupar and reached the semi-finals of MasterChef
Catherine Devaney shares ideas from a kitchen in the Fife countryside
They’re hiding carrots in the school dinners in Dundee.
The last of the apples have now been picked as we approach the end of October, so while crops are fresh in our minds it is good to review the past year to see if we need to make any changes for 2017.
The team behind a Perthshire community garden project is appealing for donations of apples for a special celebration next month.
The Doyenne and I support Scottish agriculture. We eat steaks and roasts from good Scottish beef, legs of lamb and lamb chops, rolled shoulder of pork and pork chops too.
I have been putting redcurrants in my porridge. Do not be alarmed, madam. I know what I am doing, in the loose sense of the word “know”, ken?
A decision from Tesco to remove the Saltire from packets of Scottish fruit has sparked a national furore.
One of the many delights of living and working in Perthshire is the beautiful surrounding farming countryside, which at this time of year provides us with a steady supply of berries, says Fabrice Bouteloup, chef patron of Barley Bree Restaurant in Perth.
A new BBC show has heard claims that concerns about ‘child labour’ ended Tayside’s long-standing practice of families picking berries in the summer holidays. We dug into the DC Thomson archives to find these mementos of what seems to now be a lost tradition.